DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/2njvhl/printed_displays) has announced the addition of the "Printed Displays and Lighting Technology - 9 Dimensional Assessment (Technical Insights)" report to their offering.
Printed electronics is emerging to be a potential technology with opportunities in multiple different industries.
Driven by strong research and development initiatives across the globe, the technology opens up avenues for new applications that are not feasible with conventional silicon technology. The objective of this research service is to provide a macroscopic view of the technology and market trends in the printed displays and printed lighting industry.
The research service provides insights primarily on nine dimensions of the printed display and lighting industry listed below. It analyzes the prospects of the technology from varied technology and market related aspects for different applications.
- Year of impact
- Market Potential
- Global Footprint
- IP Activity
- Breadth of Industries
- Impact on Megatrend
- Potential Points of Convergence
- Size of Innovation Ecosystem
Summary of Key Findings
- Printed electronics technology has captured market interest for a while, however breakthrough innovations for applications as printed displays and lighting are making inroads into the commercial market.
- The printed displays market is expected to grow persistently in the coming years, particularly in Asia. While mobile phone applications are forecasted to continuously dominate the market; large area displays is expected to have an increasing market share in the future. Compared to printed displays, the printed lighting market is projected to have a slower growth.
- Korea and Japan are leading the mass production of printed displays and lighting, and China has recently invested in development of technology. Europe and the US focus on developing material and device designs, instead of expanding their capability in high-volume production lines.
- With organizations across the globe focusing on protecting their innovation, the focus areas includes printed materials, organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDS) and printing processes.
- Funding has been mainly targeted on materials and display related applications.
- Industries for printed displays, consumer electronics, and wearable devices hold the maximum potential. Printed lighting, backlighting, and signage applications are appearing to be promising and gaining momentum at a slow pace.
Key Topics Covered:
1. Executive Summary
2. Industry Overview
3. Year of Impact
4. Market Potential
5. Global Footprint
6. IP Activity Assessment of Patents
8. Breadth of Industries
9. Impact on Megatrend
10. Potential Points of Convergence
11. Size of the Innovation Ecosystem
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